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The diagram below shows how the Australian Bureau of Meteorology collects up-to-the-minute information on the weather in order to produce reliable forecasts.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

» You should write at least 150 words.

The diagrams illustrate the way in which up-to-date information is collected by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology in order to forecast the weather reliably.

Looking at the illustration, it is immediately evident that weather forecasting is a linear process. There are four main steps in this process, beginning with information collection and culminating with broadcast to the public.

It can be seen from the picture that the first step and second step is collecting and analyzing information from three sources including satellite, radar and drifting buoy. After analyzing incoming information from satellite, the outcome is presented as a satellite photo. Meanwhile, the same data of radar and drifting buoy are radar screen and synoptic chart respectively.

Next, the collective data from three sources above is saved in a computer to prepare the broadcast. At the final stage of the process, the forecasting information is delivered to the public on television, radio or recorded announcement.

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The diagrams illustrate the way in which up-to-date information is collected by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology in order to forecast the weather reliably.

Looking at the illustration, (Please read my tips for Task 1 essays. IELTS TASK 1: Hints, Tips And Advice )


it is immediately evident that weather forecasting is a linear process. There are four main steps in this process, beginning with information collection and culminating with broadcast to the public.

It can be seen from the picture that the first step and second step is collecting and analyzing information from three sources including satellite, radar and drifting buoy. After analyzing incoming information from satellite, the outcome is presented as a satellite photo. Meanwhile, the same data of radar and drifting buoy are radar screen and synoptic chart respectively. (That is not a correct description of this process. Pay special attention to the dark black lines. I have colored these lines to make them clearer on the diagram below. The information from the satellite is an image of the entire continent and surrounding ocean with clouds. (See the red arrow from satellite to the image.) The information for the radar station is also an image of clouds, but for the local area around the station. (See the red arrow from the radar station to the radar image.) Drifting buoys record wind speed, wind direction, temperature, air pressure, humidity and other meteorological data. Data from all three sources, satellite, radar and drifting buoys is combined on a synoptic chart. (See the blue lines from all sources that point to the synoptic chart. This chart shows the pressure isobars. This is the analysis combining all the data. )

Next, the collective data from three sources above is saved in a computer to prepare the broadcast. At the final stage of the process, the forecasting information is delivered to the public on television, radio or a recorded announcement.


do I need to depict all the three images? It's so hard. how can I do it in 20 minutes?. hic hic

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Phan Thi Minh Huong

do I need to depict all the three images? It's so hard. how can I do it in 20 minutes?. hic hic

It is not a complicated diagram; you just have to study it carefully before you write the essay.

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The diagram illustrates the process of weather forecasting by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology.

Overall, there are four steps in the process, gathering data, combining and processing it, preparing the forecast, and disseminating it to the public. There are three main data sources.

The raw data comes from satellites, radar stations, and weather buoys floating in the ocean around the country. The information from the satellite is an image of the entire continent and surrounding ocean with clouds. The information from the radar station is also an image of clouds, but for the local area around the individual station. Drifting buoys record wind speed, wind direction, temperature, air pressure, humidity and other meteorological data. Data from all three sources, satellite, radar and drifting buoys is sent to the computers in the forecasting center and combined on a synoptic chart.

The next step is to prepare the broadcast. At the final stage of the process, the weather forecast or weather alerts are delivered to the public on television, radio or a recorded announcement.

it must require a thorough understanding of the mechanism of this process. thank you. I'll try my best to rewrite it in my own way.

Phan Thi Minh Huongit must require a thorough understanding

Yes, it does require a basic understanding of how meteorologists forecast the weather using modern technology.

We have weather sites with animated radar images and satellite images, so we can do our own forecasting of when a storm will pass over the house where we live. Don't you have local weather information and radar images on the Internet?

Here is the radar for Sydney, Australia:

https://weather.com/weather/radar/interactive/l/98ef17e6662508c0af6d8bd04adacecde842fb533434fcd2c046730675fba371?layer=radar

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to be honest, I didn't delve into animated radar images or satellite images because there already has a weather forecaster on TV who tells the audience about the weather in a day.

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